volume 100, issue 2, P129-131 2020
DOI: 10.1002/cyto.b.21870
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Joan Guitart

Abstract: Flow cytometry of peripheral blood has become the standard tool for the diagnosis and monitoring of Sézary syndrome. However, there is a sense of frustration among dermatologists and oncologist regarding the challenges in interpreting vague flow cytometry (FC) reports, which often include an array of numbers and percentages that are difficult to interpret and fail to elucidate quantitatively or qualitatively the presence or absence of an abnormal T cell population. From the clinicians' perspective, a report of…

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